Thermo Fisher Scientific Senior EHS Technician in Middletown, Virginia
What will you do?
Responsible for tracking all waste areas.
Ensures correct labeling of materials and drums.
Ensures all containers are transferred to the appropriate storage areas on a daily basis to meet EPA RCRA requirements.
Works with the EHS manager to properly identify all waste streams and the appropriate disposal facilities are used in accordance with corporate guidelines.
Conducts weekly inspections of the satellite and storage areas to ensure compliance to EPA RCRA requirements.
Reviews and signs all scrap tickets in a timely manner.
Works with the EHS Manager to ensure all Waste Minimization measures are followed. Provide routine updates on recycling and cost avoidance measures implemented.
Maintain and improve inventory accuracy; this position requires the incumbent to have a thorough understanding of the majority of the Inventory Control processes.
The incumbent must be able to perform multiple functions or processes within the team, both in terms of warehousing processes and waste handling.
Assists in troubleshooting and problem solving as directed.
The incumbent must be trained and be able to perform in the following processes:
May be required to generate dangerous goods, restricted and non-restricted articles paperwork on hazardous and non-hazardous materials per SOP; verify that records are complete and accurate.
Scrap process (Middletown process) including Waste management.
Learn and have a good understanding of SAP. This will include setting up profiles for new products and material in SAP to be reviewed by the EHS Manager.
Packs waste for shipments / disposal
Maintains proper storage of hazardous waste kept in the Hazard Room and satellite areas.
Operates mechanical equipment (tow motor, walking riders) in a safe manner in accordance with company and regulatory requirements.
Maintains equipment and storage areas as prescribed in a neat and clean manner to meet housekeeping standards.
Maintain waste packaging supplies and drum inventories
Maintains clean working environment to ensure that warehouse is kept in good order.
Ensures that analysis is performed on waste on a set schedule to ensure compliance. This will include pulling representative samples and collating the returned test results.
May perform training sessions as needed.
Conduct and participate in accident investigations.
Tracks and assists with closing out Hazard IDs.
Assists EHS Manager with Environmental reporting.
Performs all duties in a safe manner and complies with all corporate and government guidelines (SOP, GMP procedures, etc.).
Performs miscellaneous duties as required.
How will you get there?
High school diploma or equivalent with 3-5 years previous experience in pick/pack/ship and tow motor operations is required.
Previous tow motor certification is preferred.
Must be capable of being DOT and RCRA certified within in six months of start date.
Exposure to hazardous materials requires knowledge of proper protection, handling and storage techniques
Prior experience with hazardous and non-hazardous wastes
CRASH (Classification of Road, Air, & Sea Hazards) required within one year of start date
Employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Employee to employ traditional lifting techniques for materials up to 75 lbs. Items over 75 pounds will require the employee to use non-traditional techniques including, push-pull method, automated lifts and other equipment or additional techniques. Employee will be trained in these techniques upon employment. Employees already in position will require one time training.
Good math skills for verifying receipts and maintaining accurate inventory
Ability to safely operate and maintain material movement equipment
Strong communication and organizational skills
Ability to effectively interact at all levels within the facility
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
Flexibility to work overtime as required
This position is not approved for relocation benefits.
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